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PyCon is the largest annual gathering for the community that uses and develops the open-source Python programming language.

Encouraging contributors is a delicate process, but even more so when several dozen turn up to your development sprint.
a checklist for a team

Behavior-driven development using Python's 'behave' framework can help your team achieve better collaboration and test automation.
Tools in a tool box

Monitor data pipelines' health with time-series metrics in Prometheus and similar tools.
By the numbers: Python community trends in 2017/2018

Python Developers Survey generates a wide range of data about the current use and trajectory of the Python programming language.
Dinner place setting

3 tools to make your Python code more elegant, readable, intuitive, and easy to maintain.
Using machine learning to color cartoons

Can we automate applying a simple color scheme without hand-drawing hundreds of examples as training data?
2d arcade game sprite

Learn how to get started with Arcade, an easy-to-use Python library for creating 2D video games.
An introduction to Python bytecode

Learn what Python bytecode is, how Python uses it to execute your code, and how knowing what it does can help you.